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Windows DVD maker

At 70.9% I get a INVALID POINTER anything?

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  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2008

    windows DVD maker - 71% "invalid pointer" window. what the hell??????

  • Wojo51 Mar 11, 2008

    I keep getting error at 71% also. My DVD has pictures on it but will not play on my DVD burner. Pat

  • csr30228 Dec 01, 2008

    Upon trying to make a DVD using Win DVD Maker, I had the exact same problem. The program works great at first...files are added easily (the files I added were in MPEG), the preview looked great, and I was happy. The DVD began burning but, as with the other complaint, when the DVD reached the 70% complete status, it stopped and gave me an error message which read "Invalid Pointer." There was no help offered, no solution, and my only recourse was to stop the project in its tracks. I am running the following system:

    Intel Quad Core @ 2.6 GhZ
    8 gb RAM
    1 TB HD
    GeForce 9800 GT @ 1 gb
    Windows Vista Home Premium

    Any help?


  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2008

    problem with Windows Dvd maker

  • bear001 May 11, 2010

    What are you talking about? You need to explain your problem a bit more than the short sentence you left for us to guess at what you need.

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If all things (software,dvd,writer,windows,configurations.etc.,) are correct, your RAM may be the cause for this error..!

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